Welcome to Just Estepona, as the name suggests is an information guide all about Estepona, this beautiful town located on the western Costa del Sol offers everything visiting tourists could want in this part of Spain. With a population of 66,000 and growing the town has blossomed over the past decade with more sports and health facilities being built and due for completion in 2020.
Information & Business Listings
Our mission is to list all the Businesses, Restaurants, Services, Things to do and What’s On in the Estepona area keeping you informed and up to date with this information.
For further details on all of our listings check out our website and feel free to send us your information if we have not listed your business yet, maybe you have special deals to offer our readers, updates to a business listing or events coming up in Estepona, just drop us an email or contact us via our social media and we will be very happy to add them.
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The old town of Estepona has many hidden gems from the orchid house and the murals that adorn the buildings around the town to the small plazas (squares) dotted around the town with ceramic plaques honoring local and national Spanish poets and writers, with multi coloured plant pots that also help as navigation whilst strolling around the streets finding tapas bars and restaurants. The old town has managed to keep its Spanish pueblo charm and this is evident as you walk around exploring.
Recently the Mercado San Luis, almost in the middle of the old town, has been revamped and now offers a wide selection of foods and gourmet products such as Sushi, Tapas, Cocktails, coffees, meats and fish. Now more events will be held here from cooking shows to music, celebrations, special events and conferences.
Visitors can also find mountain retreats, one of the most beautiful spots being the Sierra Bermeja, the mountains that shelter Estepona and boast a forest of Spanish firs at their 1450 metre high peak (in Los Reales), as well as being home to a number of falcons, eagles, vultures, mountain goats and even the occasional otter in its rivers. The mountains turn to gentle hills as we approach the town itself, and their slopes are home to the Parque Municipal de Los Pedregales, which surrounds the Ermita de San Isidro, named after the town’s patron saint.
The beaches in Estepona such as Playa del Cristo and Playa Rada are very popular for visitors and locals both sit either side of the port, they have the traditional chiringuitos offering food and drink as well as sunbeds.
At certain times of the day when the sea is calm you will see Common Dolphins swimming by from the beaches, For more information about the beaches which cover some 21kms in the Estepona area check out our beaches guide.
The marina (Estepona Port) is a working port with local fishing boats landing their fresh catch daily, as well as a safe haven for leisure craft lined with bars and restaurants offering a mixture of cuisines from Indian, Chinese, Thai and traditional Spanish tapas and fish. The marina is also home to the Sunday market and very popular all year round.
The Poligino (industrial area) north of the town is perfectly located with the major A7 and AP toll roads offering easy access for heavy vehicles and has many businesses and the ITV centre (MOT). There are many main car dealers and motor repairs as well as furniture, plumbing and building supplies.
We love Estepona and we’re sure after your visit you will feel the same.